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of the other cities that have gone through this, their rates have gone up significantly. the federal government provides a number of grant programs but the bottom line is, you know, it's not enough. there's a massive need of money out there for wastewater and water infrastructure improvements around the country. narrator: the struggle for funds is as great in small towns as it is in metropolitan areas. oberstar: the federal government has let down municipalities. the first investment under the '72 clean water act was to deal with the biggest waste streams. and after a period of six or seven years, to then go to municipalities under 250,000 population. but that was just about the time when the federal government converted to a loan program. so smaller-sized communities have had to deal with repayable loans. a larger cost on a smaller tax base, and, arguably, less affluent communities. man: sewickley township is a rural farming community, however, herminie itself would be considered to be the downtown area of the township. it's the agways, the auto-parts store, the bank. it's your typical small-t
and st. louis and st. louis city. in west virginia, they elected him governor, democratic senators, including reelecting mentioned who got 61% and yet the president topped out at 36% to 25% difference between joe manchin and the president spoke in west virginia. so just where to get your comments on ticket splitting in general and then maybe west virginia. >> i think you've got three different things in two different situations. unicom in missouri, let's face it, todd akin contaminated the environment and made it very, very hard for, you know, i think it didn't really help of the republicans in the state, and nationally for that matter. but the thing is in places like montana and west virginia, when, you know, you have democrats who could have told you on january 1 -- i'm sore, well, could have told you four years ago that president obama's going to be a liability in my state, and i'm going, i'm not going to have to put, there never will be any lack of distance between me and him at any point, and so there's no, you know, it's not like they have been cozying up to him and then comi
developments regarding the casino in baltimore city. caesars is dropping the harris style casino in favor of its horseshoe brand. we broke the stews on our website. david collins joins us from south baltimore with more on what all this means. >> said passage of covent -- question 7 is a game changer. this casino will be high and. it means more of an investment from the operators. and it comes the number of new hires to 1700's. it is the vision of a gambler's paradise. they built it as the biggest jackpot. it is offered in six markets, this is from cleveland. >> it is a legendary brand coming to a legendary city. it is focused and delivering incredible service with a touch of elegance. we hire the best people and the right people. we are going to hire people that live and breed baltimore. >> it wants to begin construction next year, south of the stadium. they're still working on the design of a broad with the city. the target date is 2014. all the building will remain the same size, significant changes will be made inside. >> we're going to build a world series of poker poker room. >> unst
of nation's busiest commuter train systems, suspended all of its service. new york city police urged resints to leave low lying neighborhoods. a lot of people, though, are staying behind because they're worried about looting. >> the snow is only adding to the misery for people who haven't had power or gas in 11 days because of sandy. the ripping winds, pounding surf and wet rain stunned people in oyster bay. that community is just one of many the on long island where power outages persist. some wonder if power will be restoer restored by thanksgiving. >> it's unbelievable to go from a hurricane to a nor'easter and driving in the snow in a week, same ten days. it's pretty unbelievable. >> utility companies are working around the clock to try to restore power and get the heat turned on as quickly as possible. >>> traveling by airplane is not easy as well there. are a new round of flight delays and cancellations. >> airlines cancelled at least 1,300 flights out of the new york area. megan, how bad is it? >> reporter: well, we're seeing about six cancellations right now up on the board. we're se
is formed. >> city officials said turning off the water was a slow process. >> there is a transmission line and it is gravity-fed. because of the size, 60 inches, the valves take several hundred turns. in order to get them fully closed, we have to be cautious in how we operate them. there is a process and the method we use in order to make sure that is done correctly. >> so creased -- crews could shut off the gas. >> whether you doing? >> we are picking a lot. >> you can go inside? >> we do not go inside. they are going. >> they have secured the gas line but for safety reasons they turned off the gas at 46 buildings in the area. >> they are continuing to do that. there are a couple of capps they have to cap off and then there will be done. >> meanwhile, they are pumping the water out. once they get it out, they can get down there to 17 feet below the water main. when they get down there and see what is going on, and they can get some idea of how long the job of repairing it will take. >> what a process. we do know the cause of a tragic house fire in northeast baltimore they killed a woman a
is on the light side. there are closures in the city at charles over towards 21st straeet. we're in agreement over towards 70. so the looks good as he traveled in from 29. 50 at ritchie highway, no problems to report at the bay bridge. tunnel traffic checks out ok. coming down and we are problem free up for the baltimore region. that is the latest on traffic pulse 11. >> a mother is recovering following a home invasion tuesday night. >> her sons were killed in the incident. police responded to west lafayette in west baltimore. two brothers and their mother or suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. police are looking for several suspects. >> we do not believe this wasn't random incident appeared there were believed to be 3 or four suspects that flat. we're asking for the public for any information they have to please call 911 or our homicide detectives. >> the brothers died at shock trauma. there was a shooting at northeast baltimore. officers found an adult male suffering gunshot wounds. >> a father brought a gun to a meeting at his son's school. he went inside the academy in handed with a .22 ca
cut the metal and sold it to scrap yards. meanwhile, a baltimore city police officer is suspended without pay according to a police department spokesman, the unnamed officer suspended pending a criminal investigation conducted by the f.b.i. that officer was assigned to the violent crime impact division, a specialized unit that has drawn scrutiny in other alleged misconduct cases. >> some businesses have been able to reopen after the huge water main break in midtown baltimore but crews have a long way to go to repair the mess. the water main at north charles and 20th streets broke on wednesday, flooding streets and shutting down traffic in the area. kai reed has the latest. >> drivers once again able to cruise down north avenue, a small sign of progress. in what will be a long journey at north charles and 20th. crews are analyzing the water main that ruptured there wednesday morning, flooding the area and shutting down roads in one of the busiest parts of the city. >> especially for us, i mean, nothing bad happens. >> this is julio diaz's surveillance video showing the water gushin
a description of a suspect. anyone with information is asked to call baltimore city police. jennifer franciotti, wbal-tv 11 news. >> police arrest two men wanted in connection with at least 11 violent crimes. william campbell and kenyon waller targeted women that were waiting at bus stops. both suspects are being held without bail. >> there was a carbon monoxide leak in north baltimore. people were found inside the home around 8:00 p.m. complaining of headaches. the victims should recover. a new casino is scheduled to open in 2014. caesars is changing the style of the location to its horseshoe brand. caesars will now invest an additional $25 million in the side. >> we pride ourselves on service. we are going to hire the people that live in baltimore. >> construction is expected to begin sometime next year. >> you can donate items to the victims of super storm sandy. people can drop off supplies at the national aquarium. there'll be a large bus. the orioles are collecting donations for victims in new jersey. they will fill three moving trucks with supplies. you can bring donations like water, pe
of the underpopulated schools which she could recommend for closure which would save the city some money. >>> it is 5:04. time for the latest your money report of the morning. >> wall street should be back in full swing today. we'll see what happens when the numbers come out. >> wasn't much of a barn burner yesterday. investors are looking ahead to some new economic news and earnings reports from the likes of cisco systems and home depot. to say the least, stocks finished mixed in light trading. the bond market was closed in honor of veterans day and there were no economic reports to speak of yesterday. checking the numbers, the dow and nasdaq each fell less than a point and the s&p 500 was up fractionally. >>> a major management shake- up. the man thought to be heir apparent for the c.e.o. job is out. the announcement comes barely two weeks after launching the flagship windows 8 operating system. no reason at this time is being given for this departure. >>> here's a way you can save some of your money and energy when you trade in the older nonworking holiday string lights. you have to head to the lo
'easter. it is rolling out and weakening. this morning we will see conditions improve, new york city down through pennsylvania. storms over in the mid-atlantic. sunshine for the day in fact. dealing with snowfall. massachusetts on northward. inland, in maine, then rain stays steady and heavy along the coast in maine down on through the cape cod area. still strong gusty wind to deal with too. as far as storm, accumulation goes. heavy snow through wednesday, in connecticut. most of that ended. by the time it is done. a foot. a wide swath extend through maine. by the coast, watch the change over to mixed precipitation. and then plain rainfall. now it is chilly here once again. across the region, many spots in and around the freezing point. changes ahead, thankfully. see warmer air move in as we head through tt end of the end weekend. moving south and west. rob, paula. back to you. >>> sentencing day for the man behind the tucson shooting rampage that almost killed then congresswoman gabrielle giffords. gifford and husband, mark kelly, will be in court as jared loughner faces life behind bars. kelly
throughout the city that will close their doors for good after the current school year. >> these decisions are difficult, they mean transition. >> reporter: henderson says the schools including mcfarland middle are chosen because of low enrollment. the percentage of the buildings that are actually being used. and the condition of their buildings. >> we want as many of our young people to go to school in a modernized building as possible. >> reporter: when students from the schools that are closing go to the new schools for the 2013/2014 school year, the average school enrollment in d.c. will increase 15% from the current 376 to 432. >> if we reduce the number of our facilities we'll be able to improve the programs that we offer, we'll be able to utilize our staff more efficiently so that we can concentrate on the things that we know move things for kids. >> reporter: though some parents we spoke to at the affected schools like this woman at the high school understood the need to consolidate -- >> students just is off the hook in the school and i don't think half the teachers in here really
on the outer loop from 795, down to 95, over to you. >>> a baltimore city police officer has been suspended over allegations of sexual misconduct. >> sherrie johnson is live at police headquarters with more on the developing case. >> we are here life at police headquarters where the new police commissioner held a news conference to talk about the alleged misconduct of a police officer. this is 39 year old officer elliot simon, he worked out of the north western district on reisterstown road, he has been with the department for 13 years and now facing possible criminal charges, in connection with an incident involving an 18 year old woman, commissioner bats used the term sexual misconduct in the news conference and said the crime occurred while officer simon was on duty and could indicate that the 18 year old woman had been detained by officer simon. the city state's attorney's office started to look in to the case to decide whether or not to file criminal charges. >> over the weekend, the investigation, received a complaint of sexual miscon duck between an 18-year-old female and on duty bal
. it seems to me that's the logical, rational thing to do. and my belief is, as they have in the city of columbus when i needed the business community to step up on a tax increase that the public had to vote on, very concerned that the business leaders would, in fact, leave the city, take their businesses and relocate somewhere else. they ended up supporting it because they understand that you have to have both. not one. not just the other. it's a combination of both. and it's rational. that's how they have won their businesses. i think it's a great idea. >> you're talking about logical and rational and we're talking about the federal government and washington and congress. and a lot of people might say, yeah, i worked in columbus, ohio. you have a more tight-knit community, but it's not going to work at the federal level because nobody is interested in that. democrats might say, mayor coleman, hey, we won the election. we could play hardball with these ceos. we don't care. >> that's not the way to go. the way to go is bring in those that were hostile and make them their ally. help to
that a single city or state or even a region is unable to adequately address in the leadup to a disaster where there is warning or in the immediate aftermath of that, the necessary resources to assist and to recover, and so as a nation we need some mechanism to gather together all of the strength of this incredible country we call america and apply that strength to those that have been so severely harmed by that disaster. and that's occurring. fema has clearly been significantly improved in the last four years and certainly since the tragedies of new orleans, but there's much more that needs to be done, and as a country, as representatives of the american people, people who may be in any part of this country and at any moment could be affected by a disaster, we need to make sure that there is a national response capability in place ready to act with the sufficient resources. that's not just organizational, administrative issue. that's also the necessary funds available. shortchanging that money that we set aside for those disasters can lead to a period of time in which inaction is inevitable,
information to have because we know that in maryland, some areas like baltimore city, baltimore county and prince george's county have been the hardest hit by the foreclosure crisis. we want to make sure the relief is commensurate. >> the coalition is asking the settlement monitor to get the banks to release the zip code information. the monitor tells 11 news it's an important issue being considered. >> 9:06 and 48 degrees at b.w.i. dr. kim hammond joins us to answer pet questions. >> up next, we will take you to the irish festival. >> plus -- recounting the achievements of john's hopkins hospital. we'll talk to the author of this new book coming up. >> now, your 11 insta-weather plus forecast with meteorologist john collins. >> this morning right around sunrise we were sunny in baltimore but there were clouds to the northwest, they've slipped into the area and there's been rain in those, not much. sprinkles, brief light rain showers mostly in pennsylvania but drifted into parts of harford and cecil county along i-95 and reaches up toward york. i've circled baltimore and the beltway to
going into the city, they would be persona nongratta? >> high job was to -- my job w to move line workers, i sent them to pennsylvania where there was no problem, it took about 4 da to rolve the issue, what happened that union guys said, we won't you know make anybody join the union. neil: you know what is weird, i hope this was endemic and systemic, but there are a lot of people hurting, i don't tnk they would care if the help is coming from a union worker or a nonunion worker or maoud ahmadinejad, someone, anyone help us. so, the fact there could have been a pause, because you don't ve a union card, kind of galls me, and i'm sure these people too? >> well, my guess is what happened is that the long eye long power authority has an agreement with the union, that any worker that come there,eed to be paid union wages or something to that nature. neil: no doubt but in times, all betting all rules all traditional ways are haning things should be off. >> shutly. as a rult. i think you know they got called on it and relented and we are a to get our crews in, we have out 129 workers ther
, a cash-strapped city in california will embark on a curious modern experiment. san jose's citizens will be invited to play with the city's budge for a day using pretend money. the hope is that by logging into these computing-cum-budget exercises, residents will become better informed about how their budget and city work, and that, in turn, should make them more engaged in crucial policy choices. should the city save money by reducing its firemen on trucks or bite the bullet and raise taxes instead? a cynic might dismiss this as a marketing or political gimmick, but if nothing else, the experiment is distinctly thought-provo thought-provoking." i'm curious your thoughts because in your essay you also talk about switzerland. they obviously face unique comparisons to the united states. we're a far larger cannot tri wi country with a lot more poverty than they face. what is your belief of why it would work here? >> it's been tried in brazil, but the idea is you get people at a local level together to understand the importance of tradeoffs. if you ask people in surveys, what do you want
in the cities and in towns that we live in as well as, obviously, in the congress has not really overtaken the entire process. barack obama was re-elected, and we have been told repeatedly in print and on these programs that this particular president is very difficult to access emotionally, that he is reserved, that he is withdrawn. and you saw there in that clip the president of the united states tearing up before a group of people who have spent an enormous amount of time helping him get re-elected. and it just points to the fact that the president, at the ends of the day, while the president of the united states is a human being. and he realizes quite well, more than any of us would ever realize, that the end of his trip, his electoral trip, summons the beginnings. and i think that's what brings the tears. his journey, historic as it is, legendary as it is, the first black president of the united states of america, traveled the country from coast to coast, state after state, small town, big city, tremendous crowds initially in 2008. again, running for re-election this year in a time whe
.c. city council before any plan takes effect. >> time for weather and traffic on the ones. as you mentioned, we're starting rainy and a bit cooler. not a great day to start. >> big contrast to yesterday. it's an umbrella morning and chilly. you'll need your winter coat. a big area of rain that stretches through the carolinas, virginia, maryland, the district. right into pennsylvania, new york state, and new england. this is slowly making its way off to the east. right now through the metro area, it is all wet. east and west virginia, the northern district and maryland, these showers tracking to the north and east. the areas where you see the darker green, coming down harder in the yellow zone. moderate rain hagerstown east of frederick. that's passing northeast, should be moving through the rest of frederick county over the next half hour or so. elsewhere, just wet and chilly, and a lot of leaves came down. so the sidewalks are slippery with the rain and wind that's been gusting to around 30 miles an hour. feeling a lot colder than the 40s where we are right now. for the morning h
the other in the city of kirkuk. the blast killed seven and injured 24. at the news 4 live desk, angie goff, news 4. >>> and new from overnight, we learned a small plane crash killed three people in mississippi. the single engine plane crashed last night into a house in jackson causing a huge fire. all three pilots on board died. the person inside the home escaped with minor injuries. investigators say the plane had just taken off from a nearby airport on its way to an faa safety conference. the pilot asked permission to return to the airport shortly after takeoff, b it never made it back. >>> investigators believe gas fueled appliances may be the cause of the explosion in indianapolis. the women says she does not believe the furnace was the cause of the blast. she replaced the furnace recently and it was fine. she also smelled a strange odor but doesn't know if it was natural gas. citizens utility says they found no leaks in the neighborhood. >>> as of this morning, more than 10,000 people in long island, new york, are still without power. there's word the head of the long island power aut
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the allegations. more on this in the next half hour. >>> madonna knows how to keep the city rocking. look who she got to join her at madison square garden last night. ♪ "gangnam style" >> yeah, the material girl had no problem with "gangnam style," picking up that horsey dance from her favorite korean pop star psy. he's just everywhere. back over to savannah, willie and al. >> i've got to say i've missed that song. haven't played it in what, 20 minutes? >> i know. >> we can break out the horsey dance any time you want. >> i'm always ready, miss natalie. >> wouldn't it have been great if we got one direction to do "gangnam style." >> why didn't we think of that. >> thanks, natalie. >> now a checke have chilly conr our friends down south from georgia on into the deep heart of texas. we have freeze warnings and fog. frost warnings. look at these temperatures. 41 in birmingham. 37 degrees in -- are you okay, willie? we have showers in the pacific northwest. we have rain down to the southeast. beautiful day here in the northeast. temperatures a little cooler than usual. we have snow in southern that
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, around city blocks. in states like florida, north carolina, new hampshire, and virginia, where i saw them first happened covering the election in virginia on tuesday. a four hour wait where i was. lines were not the only problem, take racine, wisconsin where seven or eight sites ran out of ballots on election day. or in pennsylvania where this machine was malfunctioning. just a small sampling of the problems on election day. and now, despite all of those problems, the supreme court just agreed to hear a change to the voting rights act. it is the most powerful tool. the plaintiff, an alabama county says the fed should not subject some states to stricter standards than others. can the u.s. election process even be fixed? joining me now, voting expert and professor of law, rick hasen. thank you for joining me. you say there was another election meltdown this year, and again, in florida, on your election law blog, i saw that you said let's declare florida an election disaster area and bring in the feds. first, why do you call it a disaster area, do you think those long lines actually affected
the fbi did not notify them sooner. and they are also opening a broader inquiry into the city's handling of benghazi. petraeus' final overseas trip before he resigned was to libya last week to find out for himself what went wrong. nbc news has tried to reach paula broadwell. she has not been accessible. joe kell and her husband, that family in tampa, issued a statement saying they have been friends with the petraeuses for more than five years and are asking for privacy. savannah? >> colonel boylan was a spokesman for jen petraeus in iraq. good morning to you. >> good morning. >> what was his state of mind when you spoke to him over the weekend, and what did he tell you about all of this? >> he's keenly aware that he has injured his family to a great degree and also based on his poor judgment and a little bit lack of discipline has lost one of the best jobs he ever had. he is devastated, you could say, and you could also say that it's going to take a long time for the family or sometime for the family to get through this, but they will. >> was he embarrassed? >> yes. i would say he is emb
will close across the city. only wards 1 and 3 are not affected. most of the schools set to close are in wards 5 and 7. chris gordon is in northeast d.c. with the reason behind these closures. >> reporter: it is all enrollment. this high school is historic. it is overlooking bening road in northeast washington. at the end of the academic school year, when it ends, next spring, it will close. >> the student enrollment is relatively low and it is the only d.c. high school scheduled to be closed. the ronald h. brown middle school in northeast is also on the list of schools that will take effect next school year. and nearby at smother elementary school, parents who pick up their young children were surprised by the news that this school which was recently renovated will soon be closed. >> i'm shocked. my children have been going here for two years and my daughter just started here. and there was no notice saying that this was the school that was supposed to close. this is crazy. >> if that school closes, where will my son go? how will he get transportation? >> reporter: what grade is
a timeline to replace aging infrastructure the city like the 90-year-old main that broke. >> we are being proactive and going from under five miles a year replacement and stepping that up gradually so that five years from now we will be doing 40 miles per year of water main replacement. >> b.p.w. officials hope to replace 150 miles of water main by the year 2017. the man who helped a noted presidential historian swipe of priceless documents from the maryland historical society will be in prison for the next year. a judge sentenced 27-year-old jason sabadof for his role in the theft after helping smuggle 60 documents out of the historical society including a land grant signed by abraham lincoln and copies of speeches delivered by franklin roosevelt. baltimore orioles center fielder adam jones was in new york friday, one of three orioles honored with a gold glove award. earlier in the day, he received another honor. that's jones on the left with the c.e.o. of rawlings parent company taking part in the closing bell ceremony at the new york stock exchange. teammates matt weiters and j.d. hard
in the city of kirkuk. four car bombs exploded there. an hour later another parked car exploded at an army patrol west of kirkuk. also an iraqi army patrol. another car bomb exploded in central baghdad. killed one person and injured nine others. iraqi investigators believe insurgents targeted a military convoy. another car bomb exploded in a village market south of baghdad. >>> defense secretary leon panetta is offering support to the top u.s. commander in baghdad even as he's under investigation for e-mails he received. his nomination to head european command is on hold pending the investigation. >> no one should leap to any conclusions. no one should leap to any conclusions here. general allen is doing an excellent job at isap in leading those forces. he certainly has my continued confidence to lead our forces and to continue the fight. but his nomination has been put on hold as a prudent measure until we determine what the facts are. and we will. >> allen is accused of having questionable communications with jill kelley, a social liaison to a tampa air force base. it was kelly who repor
homes. this was the third worst disaster in our city. >> not just that, but the people here were not even told to evacuate because this is zone b. they figured the parkway would brunt the wave, and it didn't. let me ask you, electricians. now these people are being told that they need to get licensed electricians, licensed plumbers just so they can get back in their homes, and that's one of the reasons that electricity is being delayed. why? think about it. 2,000 homes. >> their own electrician and plumber come in. these lights won't be on until christmas. we need to get them on now. we live in the greatest city in the greatest nation in the world. we need to get major contractors in here working with the city, getting the electricity put on, and that can be done. if you had a major supplier and a major contractor in here right away, we can have these lights on within a week. the way they're going right now, it's going to take us through christmas to get this done. >> is it lack of will as to why this is being done, or is it just that the problem is so huge and so spread out that
engaging in public oo life. the president says it's held in the democratic inches city tuesdays, the open innocence of franchises, the quality of deliberation and degree of transparency and mekisms in of accountability. this is different than leaders who are most interested in ends. they insist most vehemently on the ends they want to achieve and they work backwards to craft those strategies that meets those goals. these two can be great leaders. for a process president, the means are the end. on tuesday night president obama spent the bulk of his speech praising not the outcome of the election, but the process by which it was achieved. active participation by citizens. >> i want to thank every american who participated in this election. whether you voted for the very first time or waited in line for a very long time. by the way, we have to fix that. >> did you catch that? the thing that needs to be fixed. the quality of the process. now the pundants have spent the latter half of this week dissecting what signals the american people were sending on tuesday night, but determining the will,
. i go into rural alabama or north dakota were pennsylvania. inner-city brooklyn. i am able to talk to kids about what is on their minds. what i find and the saddest thing i see is the tremendous excitement, enthusiasm, curiously forestry from so many of these kids trying to keep alive, we get so far down in the testing and the standardized testing that we some times even kill that sense of curiosity. >> guest: first call comes from mel hall, pennsylvania. lawrence, you're on the air. please go ahead. lawrence are you with us? and we are going to move on to jeffrey in georgia. please go ahead with your question or comment for kenneth davis. >> caller: yes. i was calling, talking about the american history book. i had read it. i am a college student. and one of the things that i have noticed in my practice, going to school, the kids are just not excited about history. and i was calling, what do you think it will take for kids to be more excited about history when it is so fascinating. but like you said, standardized testing is just, it takes control over the kids wanted to learn. >>
breaking news on a picture you don't see every day. this is daly city, california, just south of san francisco. that is a water main break. it is literally flooding that hillside, down into that street area, and the homes in this neighborhood. some of the homes have been evacuated according to police. and also a spokesman for the water and wastewater resources in daly city. flooding now impacting the area around this intersection you see here. that is near hilltop park if you know the area. they have got a mess on their hands right now. it is happening in northern california. we'll keep track of it for you right here on "america's newsroom.". martha: you mentioned this earlier. a u.s. software mogul is at the center of a south american murder case. you may recognize john mcafee's name because the software probably pops up on your screen all the time, mcafee anti-virus software? apparently he is living in bee lose. police want question him in the death of his neighbor -- belize. rick leventhal in new york with the latest on the story. >> reporter: good morning, martha. millions of peo
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, they invested in small cities, always had a good school system and now commodities, agriculture are know booming across nebraska, south dakota and kansas. it's not just the shale oil coming out of north dakota. they don't get what's going on back in washington and at this point they don't care much because they're inkleined to take care of what they've got going on. it's a model in some ways. it wasn't that long ago -- we've got to turn that into the buffalo commons and give up on that part of the world. now agriculture is won by young entrepreneurial agricultural scientist how to get the most out of the soil and they're selling their products all over the world. they're familiar with china and with india and brazil. >> rose: you went yr home town. >> talking about tom brokaw we went to the same restaurant in minneapolis. on the one hand i found really the same kind of excitement that tom found. a lot of people, young people doing great innovation and start-ups in the minneapolis area much here's what i also found, charlie. i spent a day or an afternoon with three minnesota entrepreneurs to ta
. >> and william in new york city, i like this new format. i never imagined that joe had such nice legs. >> you know, he does. thank you very much. thank you, john. "morning joe" starts right now. >> he is very much an intellectual, as you know, and a scholar, atypical military scholar, and i think that is another reason why the agency fits in well. it's much more analytic organization. they have the paramilitary arm as well. he appreciates the intellectual stimulation there, the brains versus brawn, although they have it all, and the military does, too. he's very happy where he's at now. >> that was paula broadwell on "morning joe" back in january, the woman at the center of the alleged extramarital affair. and we use the word "alleged" very loosely there with cia director david petraeus which led to the resignation from his post on friday. good morning. with us on set, msnbc political analyst, john heilemann. the president on the council on foreign relations, richard haass and author of "foreign policy begins at home: the case for putting america's house in order." and from washington, we've
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